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Go on get the jug...
Stand start on two twin crimps, and dyno to a jug on the shallow arete, then top out up and left. The top out is thin but safe. This is a problem for well rounded climbers because it requires power at the start and finesse at the end.
This "dyno" is possible to static with really crimpy move in between.
On the road side of the Barn Door Boulder, 2-4 feet right of Crimp Ladder.
Pad and spotter.
Jun 9, 2009
I couldn't reach both starting crimps from the ground, because I'm kinda short (5'7"), so started with the right crimp and a left foot out wide to pull up and reach the left crimp, felt easy for v3 as I got it first try.
From: plymouth, nh
Nov 7, 2011
I agree about this being soft. also i think it is more fun to top this out up and right using a good pocket and jugs but it does up the difficulty a bit, making it a solid V3.